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The Best Sunset Picture Ever

This picture has to be one of the best sunset pictures ever taken. It shows a sunset on Mars.<br>This image was taken on May 19, 2005, by NASA's Mars …

Dark Matter Might Be Hiding In Microscopic Black Holes, Astrophysicists Say

Dark matter, the invisible and mysterious stuff that makes up most of the material universe, might be hiding itself in microscopic black holes, says a team of Russian astrophysicists.<p>No one knows what dark matter is. But scientists do know that it must exist, because there is not enough visible …

Universe Is Expanding Symmetrically, 'Real-Time' Analysis Shows

The universe is expanding — and it is doing so at the same rate in all directions, according to new measurements that appear to confirm the standard model of cosmology.<p>Astrophysicist Jeremy Darling of the University of Colorado Boulder came to this conclusion after employing a research strategy …

Astronomers discover star born 13bn years ago

Astronomers in Chile have discovered a 13-billion-year-old star, one of the oldest ever found.<p>The scientists hope the discovery will get them a step closer to understanding the universe.<p>Al Jazeera's Nick Clark reports from the Atacama desert in Chile.

Mysterious 'Magnetar' Likely Had a Star Companion (Video, Photos)

A single "runaway" star in a distant star cluster could explain how a massive supernova avoided collapsing into a black hole, leaving behind a …

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Tour June's Sky: Three Planets in View - Sky & Telescope

<b>For anyone north of the equator, days are longest and nights shortest during June. But you can still get an eyeful of celestial sights, starting with</b> …

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Changing The Face Of Astronomy Research

Shooting for the stars is expensive.<p>Advanced sciences like astronomy require years of study and graduate degrees. And the soaring cost of college can be a heavy obstacle for low-income and minority students hoping to break into those fields.<p>A program at the City University of New York hopes to lift …

'The Most Fascinating Experiment In The History Of Astronomy' Is Happening Soon

With the world's largest digital camera, the telescope — which would sit atop a mountain peak in northern Chile — can generate 15 terabytes of data per night. It has the ability to pick up faint objects and image them at an unprecedented speed. That means scientists will be able to see instant …

Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2012 winners – in pictures

This year's Astronomy Photographer of the Year, run by the Royal Observatory Greenwich in association with Sky at Night Magazine, received a record number of entries from amateurs and professional photographers around the globe. An exhibition of the winning entries opens at the observatory on 20 …